During the middle ages, there was a woman, living in India, who had a pet python, which was a snake that she loved a lot.
But, after a while, the snake that was 4 meters, suddenly stopped eating. After several weeks, her owner- the women was very worried and she tried to feed it, offering everything that one snake can wish to strangle and eat. After that, he took it to the vet.
After telling her story to the vet, he asked her: “Does your snake sleep with you at night, wrap around you or spread out throughout its length?” And the woman, surprisingly and with a lot of hope answered: “Yes! Yes! It does it every day and that makes me sad, because I see that it seeks something from me, and I couldn’t make it feel better”.
After hearing the woman’s answer, the vet with worried tone in his voice said to her that her python is not sick, but that it is preparing to eat her.
Every time that the snake was “hugging” and wrapping around her body, it was checking her size in order to measure how a great meal she can be and how it must be before the attack. And he also told her that the snake was not eating, in order to have more space to digest the woman easily, as it will it drown and swallow her.
The moral and the massage of this story is: Try to identify the snakes around you and fins out their real intentions. Just because someone is close to you all the time, hugs you and kiss you often, it does not mean that it has some good intentions.